Could this become the best variant in the entire product lineup?
It’s been several months since Lamborghini revealed its Gallardo replacement, the Huracan. However, like its Aventador sibling, the Huracan is only available with all-wheel-drive. That is, until now, or the near future at least. According to a report from Autocar, Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann stated at last weekend’s Pebble Beach that (in reference to the Huracan) "we are a four-wheel-drive super-sports car (manufacturer) but why should we not do a rear-drive option?"
That right there is a pretty solid indicator as to what’s in the pipeline. If you recall, Lamborghini built 250 examples of the RWD Gallardo LP550-2 Balboni edition. There’s a good chance Lamborghini will produce a similar number of RWD Huracans. We can also expect to see the Huracan Spyder debut sometime next year. Winkelmann also made clear that other derivatives of the Huracan are on the way. "We need lots of derivatives. Customers expect it and we always need something new to talk about."